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Botanising in Linnaean Britain : a study of Upper Teesdale in northern England

@inproceedings{Horsman1998BotanisingIL,
  title={Botanising in Linnaean Britain : a study of Upper Teesdale in northern England},
  author={Frank Horsman},
  year={1998}
}
IFRANK HORSMAN BOTANISING IN LINNAEAN BRITAIN: A STUDY OF UPPER TEESDALE IN NORTHERN ENGLAND DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 1998 The Swede, Carl Linnaeus (1707-1778), introduced an artificial " Sexual System " of plant classification in 1735, and a binomial system of nomenclature in 1753. They made plant identification much easier. The Linnaean period in Britain lasted from 1760 until [1810-]1830. It is demonstrated that it was during this period that it was first recognised that an unusually high number… 
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